Events Callbacks

SamBrishes edited this page Nov 15, 2018 · 2 revisions

Events & Callbacks

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Events

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open

This event gets fired on the main DateTime container, which is accessible through the internal variable <instance>.dt, don't forget to use the "event prefix": tail::open. You can also hook a own function to this event by using the public method .on("open", function(){}).

close

This event gets fired on the main DateTime container only, which is accessible through the internal variable <instance>.dt, don't forget to use the "event prefix": tail::close. You can also hook a own function to this event by using the public method .on("close", function(){})

change

This event gets fired on the main DateTime container, which is accessible through the internal variable <instance>.dt, as well as on the source input element. Don't forget to use the "event prefix" tail::change, when using the main DateTime container! You can also hook a own function to this event by using the public method .on("change", function(){})


Public-Methods

Internal Variables & Methods

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